THERE'LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND (Ross Parker / Hughie Charles) Recorded by: Vera Lynn; Tiny Tim; Sam Browne; Monte Ray; Alfred Piccaver; Sidney Burchell. Used as the ending in the British version of the film Nice Girl? 1941 sung by DEANNA DURBIN Director: William A .Seiter Leads: Deanna Durbin/Franchot Tone/Walter Brennan "THANK YOU AMERICA" was used in the American film I give you a toast, ladies and gentlemen. I give you a toast, ladies and gentlemen. May this fair dear land we love so well In dignity and freedom dwell. Though worlds may change and go awry While there is still one voice to cry..... There'll always be an England While there's a country lane, Wherever there's a cottage small Beside a field of grain. There'll always be an England While there's a busy street, Wherever there's a turning wheel, A million marching feet. Red, white and blue, What does it mean to you? Surely you're proud, shout it aloud, "Britons, awake!" The empire too, we can depend on you. Freedom remains. These are the chains Nothing can break. There'll always be an England, And England shall be free If England means as much to you As England means to me.